FAMU
Library

For students, staff and the public

Everyone may visit us although we are here primarily for our students and teachers. Our collections are available to the public solely in the library.

Opening Hours

Monday  10 am - 6 pm

Tuesday      10 am - 6 pm

Wednesday    10 am - 8 pm

Thursday   10 am - 6 pm

Friday     10 am - 2 pm

Entre to the CATALOGUE
 

Attention – the Catalogue does not include the video collection; this is only available in the Video Library catalogues.


Entry to DSpace (repositary of final AMU theses)

Databases for individual fields

Screen Studios Collection  - AFI Catalog / FIAF International Index to Film Periodicals / Film Index International
Access from AMU
Access from computer outside AMU
About the database: manuals, documents

EBSCO - Film & Television Literature Index with Full Text, and others
Access from AMU
Access from computer outside AMU

Manuals

JSTOR - Arts & Sciences III
Access from AMU
Access from computers outside AMU
About the Database

 

Knihovna FAMU

Smetanovo nábř. 2, 116 65 Praha 1
1. patro Lažanského paláce

Knihovna (výpůjční pult): 234 244 314
Videotéka: 234 244 313
Vedoucí a pracovna knihovnic: 234 244 312
e-mail: knihovna.famu@famu.cz


Aktuality

Služby knihovny
Fondy knihovny
Koncepce akvizice

The FAMU Library provides services to AMU students and teachers in particular; however, it is also open to the public depending on capacity and within the scope of the Library Rules and Regulations and the relevant Addenda thereto.

People intending to loan items may request registration at any Faculty Library within AMU. All you need to do this is your AMU ID card. A user category determining the user’s specific rights must always be assigned. The registration is free of charge. The user must read the Library Rules and Regulations and the Addenda thereto upon registration.

Cooperating specialist institutions or staff may also loan items within the stipulated mode. In such a case, the Library shall issue a special ID card.  

In specifically stipulated cases, some documents may carry a requirement for a deposit to be made.

FAMU LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

The collections of the FAMU Library amount to almost 40,000 units in free selection mode: general as well as special encyclopaedias, works on the history of cinematography, film theory, criticism and technology, theory, techniques and history of photography, dramaturgy and scriptwriting, management, art, aesthetics, philosophy, psychology and teaching, literary theory and fiction, textbooks, dictionaries, vintage magazines in the field, films for study purposes, video records. Every year, there are subscriptions to about 30 magazines, both Czech ad foreign.
 

  • Over 20,600 books, textbooks and bound specialist magazines
  • Over 3,900 university theses and other work
  • Over 4,400 videotapes
  • Over 10,900 DVDs
  • Over 800 BDs
  • Over 1,300 video files
  • 17 CD ROMs

Records of all FAMU Library collections are available in the electronic catalogue.

FINDING ITEMS: WHAT, WHERE AND HOW

  1. In CARMEN, the electronic catalogue which is accessible on-line (at any time, from anywhere) at AMU website, Library section. You can restrict your search to your Faculty Library, or search the entire AMU catalogue. You can search by: general type of document, document type, author, translator, actor, presenter, name, keywords, publisher etc. Queries allow specification and combination. See the Search Instructions for more details. The Library also offers individual tutorials where you can learn to work with the catalogue hands-on. 
  2. In free selection mode – books in shelves: Each field: FILM, PHOTOGRAPHY, LITERATURE, ARTS and SOCIAL SCIENCES is further divided into sub-groups in the shelves: Monographs – sorted by people (photographer, film artist, visual artist etc.). History – sorted by names or relevant territories (national cinematographies). Theory – sorted by names. Technology – sorted by names. Textbooks (in all fields) – sorted by names.

    Please do not put back books you have taken off the shelf but do not wish to take home; put such books on the nearest table.

SERVICES PROVIDED BY CARMEN, THE ELECTRONIC CATALOGUE:

  • The FAMU Library catalogue contains almost 58,000 items of various document types (books, magazines, DVDs, CDs, plays, …)
     
  • Allows you to check the status of your loans, reservations, fines etc.
     
  • Allows you to make reservations and prolong your loans from anywhere
     
  • Allows you to restrict your search to any of the AMU Faculty Libraries
     
  • And a lot of other things – come and learn more in your Library!

THE ELECTRONIC CATALOGUE CONTAINS RECORDS OF:

  • Books
     
  • University theses and other scientific works
     
  • Bound periodicals
     
  • Films on videotapes, DVD, BLU-RAY and in digital video files

The video record catalogue is accessible SOLELY from the computers in the Videotheque!

Get all the item codes once you have found your requested video recording. Remember to make sure the document is available.

For books, make a note of the shelf and name of the book, not the code!

You can also make a reservation or prolong a document remotely if you sign on to CARMEN (signing on is identical to signing on to AMU network). Fiction and magazines must be ordered from storage; these will be available on the next day. Theses and scientific works are accessible in the hard copy, or digital form only in the library study room in compliance with the applicable regulations.
 


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